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    January 21, 2013
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>> reporter: auto world has been in business three years and hit just a month and a half ago. in that case one car was stolen. police don't know whether the two robberies are related but are reviewing surveillance tape at the dealership and nearby businesses in hopes of identifying the suspect. all of the stolen vehicles had one of these auto world license plate holders. the owner says now the hardest part is building up inventory again and they don't have much time. they're coming up on a busy sales season. >> this is what we get ready for because people get their tax returns and get the money, and so that's the big hit as well. people come to buy cars because there's not enough inventory. compared to other cars a good 30 or 40 cars. >> reporter: if you have any information about this robbery, you are asked to call the alameda county sheriff's department live in hayworth, kimberly tere, nbc bay area n s
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news. we want to take you live to washington, d.c., now. some great pictures coming to us from the commander in chief's ball. this is one of the two inaugural balls for president obama, and you see the first lady there, jennifer hudson is singing, and a nice dance. they've been dancing the last few minutes. it looks like they're just wrapping up. they got to this ball about 20 minutes ago. it's the commander in chief's ball, open to anyone in the military, of course with an invitation, it's open for you. let's listen in briefly to the president and the first lady. ♪ >> a wonderful day and an amazing evening for both of them, and it's been a long day for them. and from this commander in chief's ball head out to the
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gnawi inaugural ball, the second of the evening, and our own political analyst larry gerston will be at that ball. the inauguration of president obama on this martin luther king day. now mr. obama sworn into office, as you know, for the second time and speaking to the nation with about his future. >> it is now our generation's path to carry on what those pioneers begin. for our journey is not complete until our wives, our mothers and daughters can earn a living equal to their efforts. >> close to a million people lined the streets of washington, d.c., today hoping to get a glimpse of the first family and it was quite a sight. you see his daughters there in the background and now the celebration continues, as we mentioned. live pictures of the commander in chief's ball in washington, d.c. the president and first lady just now leaving the building, going to their second ball of the night. let's bring in now nbc bay area's scott budman with the social and tech angle to all of
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this. as we saw play out on national tv, scott. >> we did, raj. lots of people brought up it technology back during the 2009 inauguration. today it was even more prevalent. you could follow the inauguration on twitter and facebook like you might follow the play-by-play of a sporting event. one bay area blogger tells us that's both helpful and a little too easy. well, the first family was xwhun kating via social media, doing the same in a much quieter place, sending out tweets like this one about how some day they'll tell their 3-year-old daughter. >> when i was young, martin luther king's birthday wasn't even honored yet. and so to fast forward to 0 today where not only is his birthday a holiday but a black president is being sworn in for the second time. i was just like, this is way too
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heavy. >> reporter: it was an especially poignant day for bloggers sending information out to tens of thousands of people while at the same time talking to his own children about how the future of america is likely to look a lot 0 different than the past. >> to hear what he said, not so much about america's past but its present and potential future, that was huge to me. because i think sometimes when we look at america where we're trying to fall back to an old greatness and he was called to future greatness. >> reporter: on a day social media brought us the pomp and circumstance of a historic day -- >> the slide will always be here no matter how technology grows. >> reporter: a reminder some things can't be learned through technology alone. >> ruth isn't 140 characters. eye on the prize isn't 140 characters. so how in this age of speedy
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information and short soundbites can we connect america's children to the important parts of our history. >> reporter: there was so much social media it went down after the inauguration ended. twitter says there were more th than 1 million themed tweets sent out, more than back in 2009. >> mr. obama also made history today by becoming the first president to 0 ever mention gay rights in an inaugural speech. >> our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well. >> gay rights advocates are praising the president's speech, but critics including brian brown, president of the national organization for marriage, says he took offense to some of the
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president's remarks today. he says it was inappropriate when the president mentioned the 1969 stonewall riots in new york city which launched the gay rights movement and linked them to other civil rights struggles. and now that the work is over as you saw a few minutes ago it is party time. coming up we'll get back and give you another insider's look at some of the festivities and preparations to make it happen. the first time in 18 years the 49ers are back in the super bowl. if you were around here in the mid-'90s and 1980s, you know how wild the bay area gets with 49ers fever. this time something totally new for the 49ers and the nfl. you probably know by now, sibling rivalry, two brothers coaching against each other in the super bowl. we have extensive coverage tonight of the super bowl. jim kozemore in our newsroom. we begin with arturo santiago with the family angle. >> reporter: you could say john harbaugh has had bragging rights since they beat the 49ers on thanksgiving day in 2011.
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now that very same sibling rivalry will be played out on an even bigger stage, the super bowl. >> i feel like there's no losing in that family. and i'm sure the brothers feel the same way. but one of them's going to win. >> reporter: tina knows a little something about sibling rivalry, the mother of twin boys who are now in college who have been competing against each other from day one. >> they don't look to other people as competition. they look at each other and they say, okay, can i beat you? and then once i beat you, i can do whatever to get the next group of guys. bring them in. >> reporter: psychologist dr. marc steinberg says it's important for parents to treat their children according to individual personalities, skills, and accomplishments. and to not foster a sense of entitlement when it comes to rivalries. >> parents get tempted to say, no, i love you the same. you're just as good as. and the truth is i love you the same, maybe on some days, maybe
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not as much on other days. and you're not as good as in certain things. >> reporter: dr. steinberg tells me competition is healthy as long as it's regulated. as for the harbaugh brothers, he's can confident they resolve most of their rivalry issues -- >> and this might be a healthy competition played out in a public forum that's unique and very interesting and we can't wait for two weeks from now. >> reporter: now the twins will never coach against each other in the super bowl but they are doing well. they are sophomores in college can right now. will is at cal lutheran in thousand oaks. we're live. >> thank you, arturo. one thing is for sure, this is not the last time we'll hear about the epic battle of the harbaugh brothers. >> the 49ers are in the super bowl? >> and two brothers are competing against each other. >> i had no idea. let's bring in jim kozemore, jim is ready with his suitcase
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packed for new orleans. when are you taking off? >> i'm taking off on sunday. i have breaking news. there are coaches in the super bowl who are brothers. more on that later. here we go. yes, it's true. it's been 18 long seasonseasons. sunday's win in the georgia dome coupled with that win over tom brady, super bowl xlvii is set. the 49ers and ravens. and that super bowl coming up in a couple of sundays from now. the number one storyline that everyone is talking about, jim harbaugh facing that older brother, he coaches those ravens. you know growing up, dreamed of playing in the thankful envelope. jim harbaugh was head coach. never wanted to coach in the super bowl. i had that dream. i will share this with you that just the way caolin kaepernick runs, the gracefulness of his stride, the ground that he
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covers. it remind me of me when i run. and then i wake up. >> reporter: lots more coming up later on. kate longworth will be live from the 49ers headquarters down in santa clara. she'll have a report on the harbaughs. mentioning his brother and the word curse in the same sentence, check her out later. i am jim kozemore. >> thanks a lot, jim. certainly that frenzy is playing out of the bay area. fans are just rushing to get their favorite number and of course it's number 7, belonging to mr. kaepernick himself. the jersey is a hot seller at the 49ers team store in palo alto where they are restocking the racks nonstop. another good number, 469. that's how much one fan spent on nfc championship gear. the store saw a steady stream of customers when they opened this morning.
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>> i had to get this jersey for my daughter. it's like nothing else. my daughter hasn't experienced it. i got to experience it back in '94-'95. the prior one before that and it's amazing. i almost cried yesterday. >> there were a lot of men crying yesterday. they will start rolling out the super bowl merchandise within the next few days, so don't wore 0y. and we invite you to stay with us, continuing coverage of the 49ers quest for the six super bowl trophy. we have more journalists on the ground in new orleans than any other local station, catch their work on our air, on our website, nbcbayarea.com which is updated around the clock and we'll have a special page dedicated just to the 49ers. you'll find analysis, fan photos and lots of interviews, too. >> it's going to be a fun couple of weeks. >> it's going to be a lot. >> hold on for a wild ride. still ahead tense moments in the surf in san francisco. the move that this swimmer had
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to make to save himself as the coast guard looked on. >> and there's new conflict involving the leadership of the california national guard and its largest un quon. the investigative unit with the latest development into the culture behind the guard. >> and a commute with a special significance, the special celebration in honor of martin luther king jr. and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the weather cent center. feeling more like spring than winter outside for today. 75 and 69 in gilroy. santa teresa at 69. major changes this week. we'll let you know how cold it could get and when the rain drops return in a few minutes. ♪
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secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it.
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it took three hours but the chp has reopened all lanes of southbound 880 after a big rig jackknifed around 2:00 this
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afternoon, the resulting backup more than a mile long. you see our nbc helicopter on the scene. no other vehicles were involved thankfully in the crash. because the truck was leaking diesel fuel, the right three lanes had be to be shut down in order to get cleaned up. >> a tense moment for a surfer stranded off ocean beach today and all caught on camera. that surfer got stuck on a rock near cliff house restaurant at 11:30 in the morning. you can see him there with his board. he climbed up several feet away from the pounding surf and just waited for help. the coast guard did come to the rescue. two swimmers paddled out to the rock and then the surfer climbed down and after a long pause jumped. paddled into calmer water with where a boat picked him up. the search continues for the body after san francisco man who drowned in hawaii. two men from san francisco, 46-year-old adam griffith and 47-year-old brian baker were on the island of kauai. they went climbing on a rocky
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coastal area when a wave pulled baker out to sea. griffith jumped in to help and they both drowned. crews did recover griffith's body on saturday morning. they are still searching for baker's body. new conflict to report tonight involving the leadership of the california national guard and its largest union. it follows a series of critical investigations by our investigative unit and with knbc our sister station in los angeles into the culture behind the gates of the california national guard. our chief investigative report er tony kovaleski joins us. >> reporter: what he described as a lack of action by general david baldwin. we conducteded on and off camera interviews with two dozen members of the guard. the issue is the guard's failure to handle complaints involving sexual harassment, racism, and retaliation. last february the guard's largest union supported the appointment of general david
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baldwin. now less than a year later, the union's decision maker and business manager says general baldwin has failed to meet expectations after promising to fix the guard's culture. >> at this point definitely has not kept the promise. if you need any evidence, you just need to look at the people he has spoken with. i'm extremely disappointed. at this point in time it's how much he hasn't done. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00, we will dig deeper into the conflict and dissect the issues that have led the union's most powerful executive to challenge the leadership. raj? >> tony, we'll see you at 11:00. if you have a tip for anyone in our investigative unit, give us a call. you see the information on your screen, 888-996-tips oregon send us an e-mail directly to theunit @nbcbayarea.com. let's check in with jeff
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ranieri, our meteorologist, and talk about the next couple of days. it's been glorious. >> low to mid-70s near the bay and then parts of the east bay you were colder. some rain on the doppler radar. more on that coming up. a look at today's highs. we stayed with the upper 50s back in the east bay but look at this down in the south bay unreal. ten degrees above average. 69 in gilroy and 70 in los gatos. numbers are dropping off but it's not cold at this point. 51 in livermore right now. let's take you outside to our live hd sky camera network. in san jose we have the haze with us but the air quality is going to to improve dramatically the next two days. we get these changes in here and up in emeryville storm-free conditions now but also rain drops expected on the bay bridge which looks very brilliant tonight. the next storm system is 700 to 800 miles out here offshore. the strongest part is way off to the north so we're going to get
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grazed by the bottom edge that will help push the high pressure out of the way with the mild air we've had the past four days. so the largest changes we'll experience will be patchy fog, a chance here of showers for the entire bay area and then also about a 5 to 15 degree temperature drop in that forecast. tomorrow temperatures will modera moderate. down with low to mid-50s by the afternoon for the coast to the interior valleys and cloud cover increasing by the afternoon. we'll start off clear but once again by the afternoon hours, those clouds increase. we will have more on our chances of rain throughout the next seven days coming up next in the forecast. >> thanks a lot. we'll see you in a bit. still ahead, the warning going out to thousands of patients at a bay area hospital. >> and can using aspirin impact your eyesight? about the frequent use. stay with us.
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the families of tens of thousands of patients have been notified tonight.
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the medical information is a compromised because of a laptop. administrators at the children's hospital at stanford report that a laptop was stolen from the doctor's car on january 9th. now the medical information on the computer was postally historic and related to past care and research. it didn't have any financial information on there. still, are the hospital and stanford school of medicine are notifying 57,000 patients. so far no information has been accessed since that theft. this week cal it trans crew will begin replacing the fenders on the western tower. those fenders were destroyed when a ship sideswiped the bridge back on january 7. officials say the actual pier itself was not damaged because the fender system absorbed the impact as it was designed to do. the repair work is expected to last about four and a half months. the ntsb and the coast guard say it could take months to determine the actual cause of the crash. >> the union representing state
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engineers is questioning whether there's enough oversight on california's planned high-speed rail line. plans for the first 30-mile segment call for the contractors to design and build a project as well as hire inspectors to test it. state engineers to high speed rail meets independent inspectors on site to make sure everything is done correctly. the high-speed rail authority says there will be many levels of inspection they can consult cal trans. >> putting an end to partisan squabbling. the president uses this historic day to forge a path for the future. y and i'm janelle wang. a hostage standoff that killed three americans. and preparing like any british soldier, so what happened on his tour of duty in afghanistan he just wrapped up? next in "world tonight." and drinks on the house. the airline that took on and is now on the hook for millions of free drinks.
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looking at a live picture of the president and mrs. obama at the official inaugural ball, the second ball of the evening for the duo. this is the inaugural ball held at the walter washington convention center. the president and mrs. obama sharing a dance, a little spin on the floor just moments ago. some 30,000 people expected there this evening. in washington earlier today, it was cold. and thousands of people showed up to celebrate american democracy. president barack obama taking the oath of office, vowing in his second term that americans would not have to choose between budget cutting and taking care of seniors and children. and then, of course, it was time for the inaugural parade. 0 our steve handlesman is live at the white house with the very latest this evening. and they're at the second ball, mrs. obama looking beautiful in
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a jason wu gown. >> reporter: stealing the attention again from the president. she is much beloved here in washington on both side of the political aisle. president obama's main theme on this second inaugural day was national unity since there's an awful lot that we can get done if americans get together. at the president's second swearing in by supreme court chief justice john roberts, hundreds of thousands jammed the national mall. president obama had his hand on bibles use d by president lincon and martin luther king. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> we, the people -- >> reporter: in his inaugural address president obama echoed themes sounded by lincoln and king. >> while freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by his people here on earth. >> reporter: the president urged
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action on the deficit and global warming and keeping kids safe. >> we reject the belief america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation who will build its futu future. >> reporter: we can, he said, find a way. >> my fellow americans, we are made for this moment and we will see so long as we see this together. >> reporter: many who came were moved. >> hopefully it's kicking off a great second term and a new direction for the country. >> it's great and seeing all the fellowship. >> reporter: so much to see and hear. beyonce's national anthem. ♪ gave proof through the night >> reporter: the inaugural parade was a pageant, a kaleidoscope of colorful floats and talented bands. and leading the way were the obamas who walked part of the way to the white house for a
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second term. senior republicans say they hope president obama has opened the door today to more cooperation on capitol hill. live from the white house, i'm steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. okay, steve, thank you. our political analyst larry gerston is in washington tonight. we chatted with him a short while ago about the significance of the day and night. i'm guessing this is going to be brief, you're heading out to the inaugural balls. who really is part of the balls tonight? >> reporter: there are two major balls tonight. one is the military ball honoring all of those folks in uniform and anyone in uniform can get into that ball. it's a big deal for that reason and the president will spend some time there. then at the convention center right below the inaugural ball and it will be divided into four parts depending upon what kind of ticket you have but the
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president expected to stop in all the different areas and his wife, of course. spend some time with folks. tremendous entertainment all night long. i think it goes until 1:00 or 2:00 in the morning and should be quite an evening, an awful lot of wonderful people around here showed up, all the who's who will be at that ball both politically and folks in politics, no doubt about it. >> whatever the way you lean politically, today republican, democrat, in between, whatever it is, it's usually such a big day for america and you see so many good feelings going on. what was the biggest takeaway from you this inauguration day? >> reporter: there were 700,000 people, raj, at this event. it took forever to get in and yet they were all in awe of what they saw. they had choirs singing, poetry read. they had all these things and the president came up at the end and gave his speech. really it was about inclusion, how every individual, the
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collective, the public good, if you will, all those things that he thought were important whether it was immigration, gun control and dealing with the debt, you name it. it was much more than that. it was sort of a feel good. i'll tell you one thing that surprised me and that was the cheers that some of the democratic leaders received and the jeers that minority leader speaker john boehner received along with a couple of other leaders, republican leaders in the house. it was out of place for this kind of a feelgood event, but, nonetheless, you could see the politics even on a day like today. you could see the politics never too far from where everybody else was. >> it seemed president obama spoke with a little more of a swagger than he usually does, and that's because he doesn't have to worry about re-election anymore? >> reporter: it's because he doesn't have to worry about re-elected. it's because he feels he's won the last two or three fights, and he has. including the raising of the
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income taxes and, of course, the delaying of the debt, another three months before they have to vote on that again, so he's feeling pretty good. he feels he has the republicans on a limb. i think you're right. he did speak with a little bit more of an attitude, if you will, today. not too much but a little bit more. he's trying to tell people, look, we're going to get out there and pound the pavement on what we think is important and we're counting on you, you the public, the voters, to get your members of congress in line with us. it was in that sense a bit of a campaign speech along with this all inclusive remembrance of what the inauguration is like. >> a dapper larry gerston. the night is young for you in washington. enjoy it. it was a remarkable day from the fashion to the parades and of course you can watch all of the festivities right on our website at nbcbayarea.com. from the u.s. to the world, help from the inside, chilling new details now on the deadly hostage standoff in algeria. janelle wang is here with our
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world update. helping the al qaeda linked military lay out the facilities, disguise the uniforms when they seized the refiny. they also brought ex mostive experts to rid the facility. algeria special forces tried to launch a rescue but ended in a blood bath. special forces killed 29 militants and captured three alive but not before the militants killed at least 38 hostages including three americans who have been identified as victor lovelady and frederick, both from texas, and gordon lee rowan, whose hometown has not been released yet. five remain missing and are presumed dead tonight. >> machine gun fire. sometimes rocket like and sometimes quiet. >> dozens of foreigners did
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survive including seven americans. as for the rest, some were canadian and north african. french forces are now in control of the key city after launching a series of air strikes forcing the militants to flee. france deployed troops to the west african nation last week in an attempt to weed out the militants trying to take over mali. seven other countries including the u.s. are providing statistical support. the suspect in a brutal gang rape and murder of a medical student appeared in court today. five of the six suspects are in a special fast track court set up specifically for this case after it sparked outrage across the country. a sixth suspect is being prosecuted in juvenile court. they accused of gang raping a 22-year-old on a public bus. she died of massive internal injuries. prosecutors plan to push for the death penalty. in syria today the government launched air strikes across the country in rebel held neighborhoods. no word on a number of
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casualties but the u.n. estimates 50,000 syrians have been killed in the 22-month civil war. over in afghanistan the afghan government is denying the findings of a u.n. report relessed just yesterday. the report said one-third of the prisoners recently transferred to afghan control of being tortured and said afghan spy agency is operating secret facilities to avoid international monitors. prince harry has wrapped up his latest tour of duty in afghanistan and is on his way back home to england now. the 28-year-old reportedly took out enemy taliban fighters while protecting british and nato soldiers. prince harry flew apache helicopters in the helmand province in southern afghanistan during his 20 weeks there. he was apparently treated just like one of the guys. when asked about his sister-in-law's pregnancy he said he's thrilled and can't wait to be an uncle. raj? >> thank you, janel. still searching for answers about the boeing dreamliner. among the problems, a fire on a
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flight that landed in boston earlier this month. u.s. safety investigators have ruled out excess voltage and are looking at the battery's charger and the boeing 747 auxiliary power unit. the prolonged investigation continues a ripple effect in dreamliner aircraft across the world really. japan has canceled another 200 flights between now and next tuesday and that includes the flights from the san jose airport. >> southwest wants to buy you a drink, if you were a passenger in 2010. they have long awarded drink vouchers for its best customers. the airline decided the vouchers would be good only on the day issued. one had 45 coupons and sued. as a result a settlement. southwest has agreed to issue replacement vouchers good for a year to customers who produce expired coupons. customers get $5 drink tickets, the attorney who will present
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them could get a payday up to $7 million. fast food with long-term co consequences. it's more than obesity. the health risks linked to fast food. >> and rolling through history. how some used today's holiday to teach a history lesson to the younger generation. and i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. after a mild day, lots of sunshine, even 70s at santa cruz, start iing to drop off. plenty of widespread 52s. for tomorrow moderate air quality. we'll talk about some rain that will help lower that coming up in a few minutes.
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in health matters the number of children diagnosed with adhd
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increased significantly over the past decade. new kaiser permanente study showed a 25% increase in adhd cases from 2001 to 2010. researchers looked at medical records and more than 800,000 ethnically diverse children. black children saw the biggest increase in 70%. the sharp increase has growing awareness about the disorder. >> obesity isn't the only potential toll dinner from the drive-through may have on health. more than 500,000 kids and more than 50 countries which link fast food to severe asthma, hayfever and eczema. kids who eat fast food three or more times a week had a 30% increased risk in disease severity. asthma, eczema and hayfever is the immune system overreacting to things it should be ignoring. kids who ate fruit at least three times a week were much
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healthier. people who use aspirin on a regular basis may have an increased risk for blindness. researchers in australia studied aspirin users over a 15-year period. they found some who used aspirin regularly once or more a week had a higher risk for macular degeneration. more work needs to be done and patients should not stop taking the drug. >> you haven't been taking an aspirin, have you? >> i can't read sometimes. >> it's monday. a slow start. it's suppose d to be a holiday. we're not supposed to be here. >> i know, i know. we're doing good here. we do have some changing weather as we head throughout the next couple of days. we'll let you know about a 10 to 15 degree trop in temperatures and rain return in the full forecast. cold and rain? no. big news in the nba with the sacramento kings. plus, the warriors pull off a little afternoon delight. but all the talk is about the
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super bowl bound 49ers. dave long worth live from 49ers headquarters. a report on the harbaugh brothers. jim thinks the situation they're in could be a curse. that's from the xfinity sports desk next.
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dr. martin luther king's memory and legacy rolls on,
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literally. hundreds of people rode the annual freedom train today. nbc bay area's joe rosato jr. showed us what made today's march even more special. >> reporter: 25 years ago as the freedom train left san jose for san francisco, 7-year-old melissa cooke was aboard with her grandmother. >> my grandmother, she's always made sure that she's kept us up to date on what's going on in the world. >> reporter: today cooke returned to the train for the first time since. she wanted to experience the celebration of martin luther king jr. as an adult while honoring her grandma. >> a lot of what she did for me, opening my eyes to the world around me made me the person i am today. >> reporter: for many this is about remembering the people who paved the way and no one, they said, has as wide a path as dr. king. >> he was surrounded with by violence, but he always would
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opt for -- >> reporter: honoring king in the civil rights movement has taken place more than 30 years buts as the train reached san francisco there was an extra meeting today because it coincided with the second inauguration of president obama. >> so a lot of people, they never expected to have an african-american president. it's a good experience. >> reporter: adrienne and anthony murray brought their two daughters to take part in the march. >> i think it's important that they understand the responsibility that they have to carry this on, martin luther king can was for equality. i want them to stand up for something. >> we shall overcome. >> reporter: the murphys joined hundreds of people filing into the san francisco streets. many were filled with stories, parents and grandparents who weren't allowed to vote. >> and now we are here parading to let them know that we are alive, we are good folks and we
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need to work on helping each other. >> give yourself a round of applause. >> reporter: the march ended where speakers told of king and his legacy. for many the chance to travel by rail and foot, king, the freedom marchers once did, was the most powerful journey of all. joe rosato jr., nbc bay area news. >> so special to have the gnawi inauguration day on martin luther king day as well. >> that it is. we certainly had a lovely day around the bay area. chilly in washington. chilly here but not as bad as there. >> we were warmer than washington with temperatures close to the 70s here, doppler radar, some huge changes coming on this radar as we head throughout the next 48 to 72 hours, speaking of which, how are we doing so far for the rainfall season? let's get a look here after that active november and december where we had twice as much rainfall as we should have. we're still doing great. santa rosa, 117% normal. oakland, 103, and san jose, 104% of normal.
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we definitely need a few more storm systems in here throughout february so we can keep things looking just as great as they are right now. we have some colder weather developing in the north bay. mid-50s in the south bay, it's not too cold. let's take you outside to our live hd sky camera. there's that layer of haze. it's been there the last seven days. if you're sick of it, your allergies are sick of it. you've been coughing, your eyes watering. some much larger numbers that you will like by wednesday and thursday and you can even see some of the haze there in san francisco with the slight offshore wind today. a lot of sunshine for those of you that did have off for martin luther king day. now to the larger changes offshore. 500 to 600 miles we have our next storm system. it's very impressive looking, tapping into a lot of moisture. the center of low pressure, unfortunately, will miss us. so we're out of the zone of the heaviest rainfall. as the system gets closer, it's
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going to break apart. so namely for the bay area, it's about the cooldown the next three to four days and then we'll throw in the chance here of some showers. so let's get you into the time line here as we head throughout 5:00 p.m. tomorrow. cld cover will increase for the entire bay area up into s santa rosa, novato, pleasanton, even san jose by the evening hours. and that cloud cover will continue into the overnight hours. we'll start to introduce that first chance of showers by 7:00 and 8:00 in the morning on wednesday, namely for the north bay and then watch what happens on the computer models. we advance this into the afternoon. it has a hard time pushing this rain down into the south bay and the east bay. to the best chaps right now, those showers up into the north bay and we'll struggle to get any kind of wet with weather down here throughout the rest of the region. otherwise tomorrow starting off 31 in santa rosa, the same you've had the past three to five days, patchy fog and areas of patchy frost, temperatures in the low 30s. some mid to upper 30s. san jose at 39.
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how about your tuesday? a lot of you heading back to work. we will have a lot of sunshine. it will be hazy. cloud cover increasing throughout the day. still the warmest spot, a slight message, that's all you need and we'll have 70 in santa cruz. a huge departure in the east bay. upper 50s and also low 60s back into the tri-valley. san francisco also up into santa rosa. your three-day forecast, we'll keep it dry for tomorrow. introduce that chance of showers on wednesday and then another chance coming in that forecast as we head into saturday. neither storm is very strong at this point but it is going to change things up quite a bit and most of all, you'll need to bring those jackets out from low 70s at the coastline, santa cruz mountains today to upper 50s and low 60s by friday, saturday, and also on sunday. i'm going to be happy to get those cooler temperatures in here because my allergies of the air quality has been off the hook. >> our whole newsroom.
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so some relief. let's get to sports. among the, what, 20,000 or 30,000 people we're sending to new orleans is jim kozemore, he's here now with us. >> thank you very much. so now that we know the 49ers will appear in their sixth super bowl and it seems clear the top storyline is brother on brother on the sidelines, we could take a look at recent history for jim versus john in other nfl games. let's go back to being first head coach of the ravens taught you a lesson on thanksgiving night. the ravens winning 16-6 in a game that we saw here on nbc bay area. but this is a new year and a slightly different 49ers team. for more on the brothers harbaugh we bring in kate longworth live from the 49ers headquarters in santa clara and, kate, could the harbaugh brothers follow each other's
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games on sunday? >> reporter: well, before the ravens even took the field sunday for their afc championship game, john harbaugh did congratulate his younger brother in front of a national audience. jim harbaugh, of course, is already head iing back to the b area with the 49ers. but on that flight he did watch the ravens punch their ticket to the super bowl and so today he reflected on this historical bothers matchup calling it both a blessing and a curse. >> it's a blessing and a curse. you know, a blessing because that is my brother's team. and also playing the ravens because they're a great organization. the can curse part would be they're the talk of two brothers playing in the super bowl and what that takes away from the players in the game. >> reporter: as the 49ers take
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the national stage jim harbaugh says he will do his best to deflect attention from this historical brothers matchup. that didn't stop him reflecting on his older brother's accomplishments. >> very proud of my brother. that's the blessing part that's happening to him. >> this team that we're going to play is a great football team. they're ex tetremely well coach i have to say. the thing people don't see is how warm hearted he is, the sense of humor. i watch his media tapes and just laugh because some people take him seriously. you know, they actually think some of that stuff is serious. he's having fun and just being himself. he's the same guy. what you see is what you get. that's who he is. and whether it's on the sideline or wherever, you know, he's real. that's. >> reporter: and the brothers have exchanged texts but are yet
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to speak on the phone. they probably won't talk until they meet up in new orleans because they're both so busy prepping their teams for the super bowl. jim harbaugh also confirmed that they will be making the trek to new orleans but, jim, the jury is still out on which team the parents will be cheering for. >> great job out there. nba news, a group out of seattle led by san francisco businessman chris hanson has agreed to purchase the sacramento kings. if the deal is approved by the nba board of governors the kings will play in seattle next season, going back to the name sonics. they held that name until 2008. sacramento will get a chance to address the board of governor's meeting but the deal is expected to go through for seattle. a little monday matinee. that is the three ball and then more curry.
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the third three in the fourth. and they increase the lead. curry with the dagger. 4-4 from three-point range in the fourth. curry and the warriors win 106-99. 3-4 on the season. the first day of two weeks of build-up to the super bowl, february 3rd. are you going? i'm going. >> we're going 0 to his suitcase. >> you didn't know i was going with you? i never told you. >> a big room. see you tomorrow. >> nice thinking, jim. >> i know. >> for a full half hour of sports coverage including everything super bowl related, sports net central at 10:30. >> i don't think i'm going. i don't think i'm going. [ crickets chirping ]
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